Diablo 4: Game Director and Lead Level Designer leave Blizzard amid allegations of harassment

In the midst of the investigation and the lawsuit against Activision Blizzard , various members of the company are leaving their positions. Now, we have confirmation that the Diablo 4 Game Director and Lead Level Designer have left Activision Blizzard. Along with them, Jonathan LeCraft – developer of World of Warcraft – was also let go.

The information was initially reported by Kotaku and was later confirmed by Activision Blizzard with the following statement : “We can confirm that Luis Barriga, Jesse McCree and Jonathan LeCraft are no longer part of the company. We have a deep and talented roster of developers already. on site and new leaders have been assigned where appropriate. We are confident in our ability to continue to progress, deliver incredible experiences to our players and move forward to ensure a safe and productive work environment for all. ”

No reasons have been indicated for the departure of the Game Director and Lead Level Designer of Diablo 4, but their names are linked to the lawsuit against Activision Blizzard and, in particular, to the shocking photo of the “Cosby Suite”, linked to a group of developers who harassed company employees.

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